GREEN BAY, Wisc. — Now the question becomes what do the Bears do about this one. Two obvious things are right in front of the Bears (3-6), and neither is particularly good.
Not even a weekend off could arrest the current Bears slide as the Minnesota Vikings took the measure of Washington in Minneapolis and in the process stepped ahead of the now cellar-dwelling Bears
The Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers both won on Sunday to move to 5-2, meaning a two-game edge on the Bears with nine games to play.
When the Bears fell to the Green Bay Packers, overshadowed by the Aaron Rodgers Experience was the fact that the Packers, with a very middle-of-the-NFL defense, never really stopped the Bears.
The ongoing Adrian Peterson saga has taken another turn.